CART Precision Racing

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CART Precision Racing
CART Precision Racing cover.jpg
Developer(s) Terminal Reality
Publisher(s) Microsoft Game Studios
Producer(s) Mark Randel
Greg Seehusen
Platform(s) Windows
  • NA: 1997
Genre(s) Racing
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer

CART Precision Racing is a racing video game developed by Terminal Reality and published by Microsoft Game Studios for Windows 95.[1]


GameSpot said for the PC, "CART Precision Racing raises the bar for serious racing simulations." GameSpot also rated the game 8.5.[2]

CART Precision Racing tied with Baseball Mogul to win Computer Gaming World's 1997 "Sports Game of the Year" award. The editors wrote, "With state-of-the-art graphics, Internet play, and incredibly deep options that scale the game from novice play through hard-core realism, CART offers the spiffiest high-tech sports thrills of the year."[3]


This game was featured in "PC Magazine".[4]


  1. ^ CART Precision Racing
  2. ^ Cart Precision Racing Review
  3. ^ Staff (March 1998). "CGW Presents The Best & Worst of 1997". Computer Gaming World (164): 74–77, 80, 84, 88, 89. 
  4. ^ McDonald, T. Liam (April 7, 1998). PC Magazine. 17 (7 ed.). New York: Ziff Davis. pp. 325–326. ISSN 0888-8507.